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Advanced manufacturing at Vermont Tech.

Northfield Savings Bank has donated $25,000 to Vermont Technical College to support workforce development in Vermont's manufacturing sector. Vermont Tech recently launched a Bachelor of Science degree in Manufacturing Engineering Technology and is enhancing its manufacturing and electrical engineering laboratories to bolster Vermont's capacity for advanced manufacturing. Learn more...
Vermont Tech students at the Acropolis, Athens, Greece

How do you apply hands-on learning to general education? Travel study courses are an excellent way to experience culture and history first hand. Learn more...
Vermont Tech's own student-run ski hill on the Randolph Center campus.

Like many Vermont colleges, Vermont Technical College has a Ski and Ride Club. But not many colleges have students who can make their own skis and snowboards. As is befitting a college whose emphasis is on using cutting-edge technology to make useful things, the Ski and Ride Club has made their hobby part of their unofficial curriculum. In 2014, the mechanical engineering department at the college purchased a pneumatic press that can make skis, snowboards, and other laminated structures. The first skis came “off the press,” as it were, February 3. Learn more...
A student uses plays with the dial in Vermont Tech's new state-of-the-art manufacturing lab.

People’s United Bank and Vermont Tech announced today the bank’s donation to the college to support the manufacturing sector. Read more...
Students at Vermont Tech's dental hygiene facility at the Williston campus.

WCAX recently reported on the State's interest in a bill that could help train dental therapists in Vermont. Read more...


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